The company also announced STOP A BULLY WEEK to raise awareness of bullying and cyberbullying and to help jumpstart upstanding behavior among our nation's youth. STOP A BULLY WEEK launched across the country on
Schools are finally starting to realize the breadth and seriousness of the issue: more than 1 in 4 children are cyberbullied in their lifetime. Inappropriate behavior both online and offline are costing school districts millions of dollars annually. Tragically, the consequences of bullying can also be far worse among vulnerable young people, who far too often engage in self-harm. STOPit helps empower students to speak up about problem situations before they escalate - anything from bullying to inappropriate student teacher relationships, to concern for a peer. By providing STOPit, insurance companies empower school administrators with smart technology to help them stay ahead of risk. Not only are incidents discovered and resolved faster, the powerful deterrent effect has led to up to a 50% reduction in incidents of all kinds following implementation of STOPit.
"I started this company because of the growing cyberbullying epidemic with students on social media, but as we began to rollout in schools across the country, I realized that the problem is also a broken reporting infrastructure - traditional methods are so riddled with friction they have the disastrous effect of deterring kids from speaking up," stated
For additional info or to get your school involved in STOP A BULLY WEEK, please visit stopitsolutions.com.
STOPit is the leading technology company providing a comprehensive software platform that mitigates, deters and controls bullying, including cyberbullying, harassment and other harmful or inappropriate conduct. The STOPit platform is available to schools, universities, businesses and governments both in
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